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Upstate celebrates Go Red day Feb. 5 with healthy activities, including belly dancing
Wear something red on Friday, Feb. 5 to show your support for National Go Red For Women Day and take advantage of free heart-healthy activities that Upstate Medical University’s Go Red committee has planned, including exercise and dance classes, a “reduce your stress” activity and health screenings.

Author of NYT’s bestseller “Black Man in a White Coat” Damon Tweedy to speak Feb 10 as part of Upstate’s Black History Month Celebration
Tweedy’s lectures will be held Wednesday, Feb. 10: at noon in 9295 Weiskotten Hall and at 5 p.m., in 1159 Weiskotten Hall. Free tickets to Tweedy’s lectures are available in the Office of Multicultural Affairs or call 464-8855.

Upstate awarded SUNY grant to bring precision medicine to cancer care
Precision medicine is the foundation of the SUNY Institute for Precision Cancer Research, Education and Care, a new initiative of Upstate, SUNY Oswego, ESF and OCC.

Upstate University Hospital performed more kidney transplants in 2015 than ever before
The transplant team hopes to continue the success and enhance the program with more living donor transplants and new transplant services.

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